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Choice International

Choice International was incorporated in 2004 to provide straightforward foreign exchange services in full compliance with global financial regulations. In an increasingly complex and difficult market environment, we saw compliance, not just as a safeguard against risk, but as a powerful business advantage.

Our stance was put to the most rigorous of tests when crisis struck world finance in 2007/8. As companies faltered or crashed, Choice prospered. The financial crisis led to widespread de-risking by the world banks, cutting off many regions from trade opportunities. Choice, thanks to robust AML/ATF procedures and a unique network of global partners, was able to re-connect these regions and facilitate an increased number of carefully vetted transactions.

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